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Panthers' Workouts Thus Far

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Do we have any lists from previous years? I'm just curious if we actually draft guys we bring in for visits a lot, or if we just want to bro out with them for a bit or something.

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Also, USC CB Gilmore (sp?) also worked out for the Panthers.

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Michael Floyd also worked out with a Panthers. This list is incomplete.

I thought we worked out Joe Adams as well?

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Do we have any lists from previous years? I'm just curious if we actually draft guys we bring in for visits a lot, or if we just want to bro out with them for a bit or something.

Admit, I lol'd.

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To me Kuechly is the ultimate "safe" pick. If you have unresolvable concerns about a Coples or Poe you go with Kuechly and know he will be starting for the rest of his rookie contract. I don't think he's on a Patrick Willis level however.

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There are no "safe" picks in NFL.

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they wouldn't list janoris jenkins. everyone prob interviewed him at the combine. i know melvin ingram said he talked to every team.

i'm assuming this is just a list of confirmed post-combine stuff.

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To me Kuechly is the ultimate "safe" pick. If you have unresolvable concerns about a Coples or Poe you go with Kuechly and know he will be starting for the rest of his rookie contract. I don't think he's on a Patrick Willis level however.

didnt mean to pie you, but if he is not as good as Willis than why should this team take him higher than Willis?

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